IT sector breakfast briefing: Transition to the Cloud - objectively assessing the risks

Date: 06 June 2013
Time: 08:00 am    Venue: Bird & Bird

Bird & Bird is holding a breakfast briefing titled 'Transition to the Cloud - objectively assessing the risks' on Thursday 6 June 2013.

Most IT users are considering a transition to cloud based services at least as part of their on-going IT services environment. There is often considerable uncertainty as to whether the benefits will outweigh perceived risks, particularly the regulatory and other legal risks. In this seminar, we will share thoughts on ways to measure and overcome risks prior to a transition to cloud ensuring that issues are dealt with in an objective manner, allowing C level personnel sufficient transparency to make a go/no-go decision.
We are delighted that Richard Sealy, Co-Founder & CEO at Glowfori will join us for this briefing.  Richard leads a specialist, independent, advisory business focused on helping companies securely and effectively integrate cloud services into their business operating model.

Would you like to attend?

The programme

08.00 - 08.30

Registration and breakfast

08.30 - 09.30

Christian Bartsch, Partner, Bird & Bird
Howard Rubin, Partner, Bird & Bird
Richard Sealy, Co-Founder & CEO, Glowfori
09.30 - 10.00

Open discussion


Getting here

By public transport

The nearest tube is Chancery Lane on the Central Line. We are also close to Blackfriars which is served by the District and Circle Lines and mainline services.

By Train

From St. Pancras International (Eurostar)

St. Pancras International is served by Kings Cross St. Pancras tube station. Take the Piccadilly line to Holborn, then change to the Central line for Chancery Lane. For more information please visit the St. Pancras International website. 

From Paddington station

From Paddington station you can catch the District Line tube to Notting Hill Gate and then the Central Line to Chancery Lane. Our office is a few minutes walk from Chancery Lane station.

From Liverpool Street station

From Liverpool Street station you can catch the Central Line tube direct to Chancery Lane which is only a few minutes walk from our office.

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